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Japan Rugby League One

Group Standings
P
W
L
D
PF
PA
PD
BP T
BP-7
BP
Total
1
Saitama Wild Knights
16
16
0
0
747
275
472
11
0
11
75
2
Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo
16
14
1
1
554
373
181
7
0
7
65
3
Tokyo Sungoliath
16
10
5
1
584
425
159
5
3
8
50
4
Yokohama Canon Eagles
16
10
6
0
518
446
72
6
3
9
49
5
Kobelco Kobe Steelers
16
9
6
1
647
459
188
5
2
7
45
6
Kubota Spears
16
8
7
1
554
447
107
5
5
10
44
7
Toyota Verblitz
16
9
7
0
498
450
48
5
2
7
43
8
Shizuoka BlueRevs
16
6
8
2
501
513
-12
3
2
5
33
9
Mitsubishi Sagamihara Dynaboars
16
6
10
0
457
637
-180
0
3
3
27
10
BlackRams Tokyo
16
3
13
0
321
503
-182
1
4
5
17
11
Mie Honda Heat
16
1
15
0
242
744
-502
0
3
3
7
12
Hanazono Kintetsu Liners
16
1
15
0
353
704
-351
0
2
2
6
Conference B
P
W
L
D
PF
PA
PD
BP T
BP-7
BP
Total
1
Saitama Wild Knights
16
16
0
0
747
275
472
11
0
11
75
2
Yokohama Canon Eagles
16
10
6
0
518
446
72
6
3
9
49
3
Toyota Verblitz
16
9
7
0
498
450
48
5
2
7
43
4
Mitsubishi Sagamihara Dynaboars
16
6
10
0
457
637
-180
0
3
3
27
5
BlackRams Tokyo
16
3
13
0
321
503
-182
1
4
5
17
6
Hanazono Kintetsu Liners
16
1
15
0
353
704
-351
0
2
2
6
Conference A
P
W
L
D
PF
PA
PD
BP T
BP-7
BP
Total
1
Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo
16
14
1
1
554
373
181
7
0
7
65
2
Tokyo Sungoliath
16
10
5
1
584
425
159
5
3
8
50
3
Kobelco Kobe Steelers
16
9
6
1
647
459
188
5
2
7
45
4
Kubota Spears
16
8
7
1
554
447
107
5
5
10
44
5
Shizuoka BlueRevs
16
6
8
2
501
513
-12
3
2
5
33
6
Mie Honda Heat
16
1
15
0
242
744
-502
0
3
3
7

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